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Eleven of our original thirteen continue onto Jordan, but we pick up another eleven in Amman. The bus trip from Damascus to Amman is uneventful, but rather long for such a short trip. The byzantine border crossing formalities add several hours, as we stand around for forty five minutes with our bags sitting out waiting for the customs official to " …
We spend the whole day in Amman, walking around, looking for books@cafe, a good restaurant, where we stay for a while and enjoy a pizza. It's our last day in Jordan.
We take the bus back to Amman via the Desert Highway. It takes approximately 5 hours.
It's about 20:00 when we arrive in Amman. A taxi driver brings us to a three star hotel, which has a good price (about 50 EUR for two persons). I haven't eaten much the whole day as I don't feel all that good since eating the Pommes with Mayo and the Döner the day before. We order a Pizza Hawai from PizzaHut, of course they don't bring it with ham.
... to see the credit card I used to pay for the tickets. Hand him my business credit card and he goes to a back office. It's not the right one. I remember that my business credit card was replaced a few months ago after I'd bought these tickets due to fraudulent activity being detected on it. Given that I'd been using it for all sorts of payments in all sorts of countries you'd have thought the fraudulent activity would be somewhere in Africa. But no. It was John Lewis. ...